Storytelling for Leaders: How to Inspire Your Team
with Cory Caprista
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01 Class Introduction19:12
02 Storytelling Strategy06:36
Class duration: 2h 8mSee all 9 lessons
About The Class
Become an Inspiring Leader by Learning the Art of Storytelling
You communicate with your team members every day, but have you ever stopped to consider how effective those conversations are? Are you really getting your message across in a clear and confident way? Are you explaining to your team why their jobs are critical to the success of the company?
If you feel like there’s something missing from your communication style, it could be the way you’re telling your story. Storytelling is an ancient art, used since the dawn of man to communicate, connect, and inspire. While it might come naturally to some, most of us need to learn and practice storytelling skills in order to achieve the most impact.
In this class, you’ll learn how to:
- Design a simple story model to use in crafting your message.
- Write a first draft of your story.
- Know where to start in using storytelling in the workplace.
- Engage your audience and elicit a positive reaction.
- Tell stories that are simple, clear and concise, without being overly detailed or confusing.
- Maintain authority while increasing authenticity and vulnerability.
Emotion & Strategy04:39
Authenticity, Vulnerability, & Risks14:49
Simple Story Model14:41
Me, We, & Urgency17:15
Connect the Dots04:30
Cory fell in love with business because it combined the team focus and clear goals of sports with the complexity of human psychology. He spent ten years developing his skills and at-scale problem solving in Sales and Product at Google, YouTube, and Twitter.
Cory Caprista - Storytelling Workbook
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The live audience group is too small. Always the same people are giving input to Cory. Would be better if the group size is twice the size. He's constantly asking his group who wants to share. This makes it awkward for everyone in the live lesson.
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